CodeRED is the City’s mass communication system. It is used to send information about emergencies concerning weather, water issues and street closures. It’s also used to communicate to residents about neighborhood meetings, events, and construction projects. You can sign up for CodeRED through our website.
Sign for email updates from the City using our Notify Me feature. Updates are sent out about City-related news, bid notifications, government meetings and events.
The City mails out a City Newsletter to homes all over Jackson four times a year. The newsletters contain important City-related news, along with features that highlight positive news in the community. New issues are typically mailed at the start of every season. Copies of the newsletter can be found at City Hall, the Martin Luther King Jr. Community Center, Boos Community Center, Jackson YMCA, and Jackson District Library.
Aaron Dimick has been the City's Public Information Officer since Sept. 2018. In his role as Public Information Officer, Aaron leads the City's communication efforts along with acting as the city spokesperson, primary media contact, website editor, photographer, writer, graphic designer and social media manager.